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Prof. Adam O. Goldstein

UNC School of Public Health

University of North Carolina School of Medicine, USA


Email: kbaillie@email.unc.edu


Qualifications

2003  MPH, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
1987  NCMD, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia


Publications (Selected)


  1. Lee JGL, Ranney LM, Goldstein AO, McCullough A, Fulton-Smith S, Collins NO. Successful implementation of a wellness and tobacco cessation curriculum in psychosocial rehabilitation clubhouses. BMC Pub Health 2011; 11: 702.
  2. Lee JGL, Goldstein AO, Ranney LM, Crist J, McCullough A. High tobacco use among lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations in West Virginia bars and community festivals. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2011; 8: 2758-2769.
  3. Goldstein AO. Living on the edge. J Am Board Fam Med 2011; 24: 211-213.
  4. Kandra KL, Goldstein AO, Proescholdbell S.  Variables associated with use and susceptibility to use of cigarettes among North Carolina adolescents: Results from the 2007 statewide survey of high school students. NC Med J 2011; 72: 13-19, .
  5. Leibel K, Lee JGL, Goldstein AO, Ranney LM.  Barring interventions? Lesbian and gay bars as as underutilized venue for tobacco interventions. Nic Tob Research2011; Jul;13(7):507-11.
  6. Goldstein  AO, Bearman, R.  Community engagement at U.S. and Canadian medical schools. Adv Med Education Practice 2011; 2: 43-49.
  7. Mathew M, Goldstein AO, Kramer KD, Ripley-Moffitt C, Mage C. Evaluation of a direct mailing campaign to increase utilization of a quitline fax referral service. J Health Com2010; 15: 840-845.
  8. Mage C, Goldstein AO, Colgan S, Skinner B, Kramer KD, Steiner J, Staples AH. Secondhand smoke policies at state and county fairs. NC Med J 2010; Nov-Dec.
  9. Van Kim NA, Padilla JL, Lee JGL, Goldstein AO. Adding sexual orientation questions to statewide public health surveillance: New Mexico’s experience. Amer J Pub Health2010; 100: 12392-2396.
  10. Ripley-Moffitt C, Viera AJ, Goldstein AO, Steiner JB, Kramer KD. Influence of a tobacco-free hospital campus policy on smoking status of hospital employees.Am J Health Promot 2010 Sep-Oct; 25(1): e25-8.
  11. Goldstein AO, Grant E, McCullough A, Kairn B, Kurian A. Achieving fire safe cigarette legislation through coalition based legislative advocacy Tob Control2010; 19: 75-79.
  12. Lee JGL, Goldstein AO, Kramer KD, Steiner J, Ezell MM, Shah V. Statewide diffusion of 100% tobacco-free and university policies. Tob Control 2010; 19: 311-317.
  13. Goldstein AO. The Cancer Registry. Annals of Intern Med 2010; 153: 57-58.
  14. McCullough A, Fisher M, Goldstein AO, Kramer KD, Ripley-Moffitt C. Smoking As a Vital Sign: Prompts to Ask and Assess Increase Cessation Counseling. J Am Board Fam Med2009; 22: 625-632.
  15. Goldstein AO, Steiner J, McCullough A, Kramer KD, Okun MF. State Adoption of 100% Smoke-Free Acute Non Federal Hospital Campus Policies. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2009, 6(11), 2793-2799.
  16. Patsakham KM, Ripley-Moffitt CE, Goldstein AO. Tobacco Use and Dependence Treatment: A Critical Component of Cancer Care. Clin J Onc Nursing 2009; 13: 463-464.
  17. Proescholdbell S, Summerlin-Long S, Goldstein AO. Declining tobacco use among North Carolina Middle and High School students- 1999-2007. NC Med J 2009; 70: 207-214.
  18. Proescholdbell S, Steiner J, Goldstein AO, Malek SH. Using indoor air quality monitoring in 6 counties to change policy in North Carolina. J Chr Disease 2009; 6: available at: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2009/jul/08_0115.htm
  19. Goldstein AO, Calleson D, Bearman R, Steiner BD, Frasier PY, Slatt L. Teaching advanced leadership skills to medical students. Acad Med 2009; 84: 754-764.
  20. Summerlin-Long S, Goldstein AO. A Statewide Movement to Promote the Adoption of 100% Tobacco-Free Schools. J School Health 2008; 78: 625-632.
  21. Colgan SE, Skinner B, Mage C, Goldstein AO, Kramer K, Steiner J, Staples AH. Business policies affecting secondhand smoke exposure. NC Med J 2008; 69: 355-361.
  22. Ripley-Moffitt C, Goldstein AO, Fang WL, Butzen AY, Walker SW, Hartmann KE, Lohr JA. SAFE Babies: A qualitative analysis on the determinants of postpartum smoke-free and relapse states. Nicotine Tob Res 2008; 10: 1355-1364.
  23. Mathew M, Goldstein AO, Hampton K. Survivors of tobacco-related diseases and advocacy for tobacco control. Tob Control 2008: 17: 6-11.
  24. Winslow JE, Goldstein AO. Spectator risks at sporting events. Internet J Law, Healthcare & Ethics 2007; 4: 1-8.
  25. Kandra KL, Goldstein AO, Gizlice Z, Woldman CL, Proescholdbell SK. Attitudes about tobacco policies among North Carolina parents: 2005 Child Health Assessment and Monitoring Program (CHAMP). NC Med Journal 2007; 68: 17-22.
  26. Goldstein AO. Goodbyes. J Amer Board Fam Med, 2006 19: 416-417.
  27. Goldstein AO, Kincaide JE, Resnick JE, Gamble G, Bearman RS. Policies to increase influenza and pneumococcal immunizations in chronically ill and institutionalized settings.Amer J Infect Control 2005; 33, 463-468.
  28. Goldstein AO, Gray C, Butzen AY, Ribisl KM. Assessment of Local Health Department Smoking Policies North Carolina, July--August 2003; MMWR 2005; 54: 653-655.
  29. Steiner BD, Calleson DC, Curtis P, Goldstein AO, Denham A. Recognizing the value of community involvement by AHC faculty: A case study. Acad Med 2005; 80; 322-326.
  30. Goldstein AO, Calleson D, Curtis P, Hemphill B, Gamble G, Steiner B, Moore TK, Voluntary Community Service by North Carolina Family Physicians. J Amer Board Fam Prac2005; 18: 48-56.
  31. Goldstein AO, Kincade JE, Gamble, G, Bearman RS. Policies and Practices for improving influenza immunization rates among healthcare workers. Inf Control Hosp Epid 2004; 25: 908-911.